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  • Bike-On Quad Elite Off-road CC

    Couple shots of our newest Quad Elite Offering the Quad Elite Off-Road CC. This one has our QE level 1 & 2. (Bike-On reverse brake, Quad grips with wrist shifter and Rotor Q-ring double set on custom Bike-On spider)....... We built this up for one of my C 5-6 customers.
    This is my next ride with a Bionx for some killer trail riding.
    Any questions John@bike-on.com



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    c4/5 inc funtioning c6. 28 yrs post.
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    That looks terriffic! Tell me more about the specs, etc, and why you picked them for this build?
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    • #3
      whenever we look at another bike to add to our QE line-up, I test it myself to make sure it really is Quad friendly. These are very popular with my para customers so we thought lets mod it then I beat on it for a few months to see how I handle it and it handles me. It passed with flying colors. I liked it with the seat reclined a bit personally. Good price point and standard config is nice with it being semi-custom.

      Originally posted by Oddity View Post
      That looks terriffic! Tell me more about the specs, etc, and why you picked them for this build?
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      c4/5 inc funtioning c6. 28 yrs post.
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      • #4
        Looks good John. Will be looking forward hearing if the Bionix digs in on softer inclined trails. Had a friend put one on his T/E and found it dug in on off road trails. Probably because it's pulling the bike rather than pushing.

        It's a whole new experience riding somewhat off road, I think you're gonna love it. The frame has plenty of clearance, which is good. I remember one of my old XL with off road 24" tires, I could go just about anywhere. This looks even better.

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        • #5
          thx pat, we haven't had any issues with wheel slip with the bio, we have done several now. for offroad its a great fit at the price, for crazy terrain you need a nuke or something similar. its a very solid bike too which I really liked. i'm 6'2 200ish and I beat the heck out of it with no issues.

          Originally posted by Patrick Madsen View Post
          Looks good John. Will be looking forward hearing if the Bionix digs in on softer inclined trails. Had a friend put one on his T/E and found it dug in on off road trails. Probably because it's pulling the bike rather than pushing.

          It's a whole new experience riding somewhat off road, I think you're gonna love it. The frame has plenty of clearance, which is good. I remember one of my old XL with off road 24" tires, I could go just about anywhere. This looks even better.
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          c4/5 inc funtioning c6. 28 yrs post.
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